Monique T. Mills

Associate Professor
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Monique T. Mills
Research Interests
Dr. Mills’s research program employs mixed methods to examine the cognitive, social, and linguistic resources that school-age African American children draw upon to narrate, or tell stories. The overarching goal of her research program is to develop culturally-fair assessment tools that capture the spectrum of language ability in school-age African American English (AAE)-speaking children. She directs the Child Language Ability Lab which is currently engaged in projects examining adult perceptions of narration and dialectal code-switching between African American English and Mainstream American English in school-age children.
Office Location
117 Clinical Research Services


Dr. Mills' work primarily focuses on examining the cognitive, social, and linguistic resources…